Bring That Week Back: Remembering Malcolm Shabazz

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Stop and Frisk Case Ends, Judge to Decide Future

The federal trial challenging the NYPD’s controversial stop and frisk procedures has ended after 10 weeks. Federal Judge Shira Scheindlin will decide the future policies of stop and frisk. City lawyers, prosecutors, officers and victims testified in court.

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